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  • January 16, 2024
  • 18°
Letters to the Editor

All letters, limited to 250 words, should be on topics that affect the public. Letters must include an address and telephone number for verification purposes. Writers are limited to one published letter every 21 days. Letters will be edited for grammar, clarity, accuracy and length. Material…

In LNP | LancasterOnline’s Jan. 6 article, “Smucker announces endorsement of Trump,” U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker toes the Republican Party line regarding President Donald Trump’s instigation of insurrection in 2021 and last year’s federal indictment of Trump for his alleged actions to overturn t…

When I heard that the National Park Service was planning to remove William Penn’s statue from Welcome Park in Philadelphia (before changing that plan in a sudden reversal), I was immediately reminded of the legendary “Curse of Billy Penn” story.

In regard to the Dec. 29 LNP | LancasterOnline article “Firm on safety” by Michael Long, he and your editors are to be commended for a factual and interesting article.

As we enter the new year, there is a need for assurance that our standard of living will not be eroded. The concerns we face and the unknown solutions will impact our future well-being for the foreseeable future.

I am writing about the commercial traffic in West Hempfield Township and Columbia. As a resident who lives on Malleable Road in Columbia, I know this road has varying hidden areas and blind spots.

I’m a big NFL fan. Last season, I realized that I wouldn’t be seeing some games because the NFL decided to move more games to Peacock (a subscription-based streaming service).

There is a “clear and present danger” facing this country in the form of a presidential candidate who has used words and rhetoric from Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and Nazi ideology. And who verbally goaded supporters into an attack on the U.S. Capitol while claiming unproven election fraud.

Back in the day, I would come across a film advertisement in the newspaper and say, “Oh, I must see that!” These ads would appear all together near local entertainment listings.

Kudos to LNP | LancasterOnline for the two articles in the Jan. 7 edition about older people who know and pursue the values of wholesome exercise (“At 92, Manheim resident pedals for his life” and “Taking It in Stride”).

This is in response to the letters that keep stating that President Joe Biden “brought us out” of the supposedly bad way we were in when Donald Trump was president — and that we’re so much better under Biden.

If you, like me, were sick to the core and furious when reading that U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker is endorsing former President Donald Trump to be our next president, please flood his inbox with your thoughts and ask him to recant that totally irresponsible endorsement before more damage is done …

I received both an email and postcard from Congressman Lloyd Smucker titled “2023 Year in Review,” in which he tries to convince the reader that he accomplished something for his constituents. In it, he takes credit for introducing or co-sponsoring 147 bills and returning $49,392,212.82 from…

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